I have two videos, both of the same event, but taken with two different cameras. I want to put one as an inset on top of the other. However, in order to make this look right, I need to synchronise them, so there isn’t a lag between them.
I tried doing this by dragging one of them left or right, but this is very hit and miss, and due to the grid snapping (which I assume can be turned off, although I haven’t found out how yet) is quite painful.
Is there a simple way to line up the two videos so they display the same action at the same time?
@st599 I did a handclap, but the problem was aligning the two videos. It would be good if there was a way to nudge videos backwards and forwards, rather than having to drag them, which is a bit hit and miss, but with the snapping off it is definitely easier.
Hey, that’s a great idea! I was using the numerical field, but was clicking the up and down arrows to move one frame at a time. Using the mouse is a great tip. However, I never thought of then using the snapping to line up the clips.
As it happens, I wasn’t lining up to the start of a video, but given that my handclap was only there to sync the videos, I could easily cut the video to start at that point.